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Post  milaneyjane on 6/6/2011, 10:32 pm


Has anyone seen these plans? Love the idea of using fence panels---for only 10 bucks. I am going to check and see how much they cost around here.

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Post  shannon1 on 6/7/2011, 12:13 am

Too cool, I might use fence pickets for the sides on my next TT.

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That is such a cool idea!

Post  kputikka on 6/7/2011, 1:45 am

Too funny! To think i was looking around the garage the other day to see what i might have for something to build a box out of, and there were the left over pickets from my cedar fence! I didn't make the connection though. We had bought a few extra for future repair needs and i thought,"oh those are the spare pickets to fix the fence with", not "there's some lumber for my boxes.."



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Post  Bec on 6/7/2011, 7:03 am

What a great link! Thank you so much!


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Post  AZDYJ2K on 6/7/2011, 6:02 pm

Very cool. I actually had purchased some redwood fence panels last year with the same intentions. They are so much less expensive than the thicker planks. I was planning on using them for carrots and anything else that required deeper beds. Thanks for the link.

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